Fraser Place Central Seoul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I will definitely come back to Seoul and stay for longer. Now I had only two full days. Enough to see some things butthere are many other things to see (haha, actually the same goes for Busan). Today I joined a walk through Bukcheon which I'd found by Couchsurfing. I arrived at the station where we'd assemble but I couldn't see any group at first. Then I met a Portuguese man who had also signed up for this tour. But none of us could see a group which looked like we ...
... and located at Olympic Park. This is where Seoul has hosted many international events like the Olympics and the World Cup. The area is really nice and it has been really well kept since being built which is HUGE for me. I've seen a few former Olympic stadiums and even the photos online of former international contest stadiums that are simply decaying and left to rot away after spending ...
... of the building that sells a red bean paste pastry that shaped like a piece of **** (the ones that you see from Dr Slump). I am not a big fan of red bean paste, but we still got one just for fun. We got the set with the drink, I didn't know what it was, but it is refreshing! Slightly sweet, with some rice in it, very interesting...
If you are a fan of Arts & Crafts, or you are after souvenirs or gifts for friends, Insadong is a must for you.
... There was a menu behind her I looked at it, there were cut out photos of little PUPPIES. What the hell!!!! I nearly fainted. I felt so sick. When I got home I looked it up, turns out it was tteokbokki- a spicy rice cake with fish sauce. All I can say is thank god..... And next time I will be more careful what I chose to ...
... with the communities she wants to learn something from.
Her command of English is above average. “I joined my father to New York when he went there to work on his Masters. We lived in Queens for one year.”
We talk about travelling and she’s a bit surprised that we didn’t take a taxi. “It’s the only way to get to know the people of a country, travel the way most of them do”, I say. “I ...